The Significance of the Kidney in Diabetes

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The Significance of the Kidney in Diabetes

Publisher: infill Kommunikation
ISBN-13: 9783000373473
Number of pages: 108

Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), a dysfunction in the metabolism of glucose, is a burgeoning public health problem, the growth of which shows no signs of abating. This book begins with a short introduction to the disease, which sets the scene for a more detailed consideration of some pressing issues; notably the importance of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in people with T2DM and the implications this co-morbidity has for the medicinal management of T2DM.

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